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Discussion in 'Epic Threads' started by Pedalworld, Mar 25, 2003.
Computer programmer using a programming language called C#.
Civil Engineer....stormwater 'n grading and such...throw in some street improvements occasionally...
Playing guitar helps keep me sane!!! ...or reasonably close....
Professor of Composition and Theory
Own a bakery, raise a daughter, be a husband, feed a dog (not necessarily order of operations)
shipping cars, trucks & machinery all over the world
Staff Photographer for American Iron and RoadBike Magazines.
Clinical child psychologist. What could be better? A career which values being childish--now and then.
My friends describe my occupation as "Bottle'O' Boy"
I sell alcohol to the common man from a "drive-through" liquor store.
Freelance Location Sound Mixer
Since 1972, I've been self employed in the Film & TV industry as a Sound Mixer/Recordist, doing location sound recording!
Photographer. Lucky enough to travel around working for major newspapers, agencies and magazines - don't have to sell my soul shooting weddings and school dances (no offence to wed phogs etc - pers opp).
"play with chemicals"
I am a Technician at a Pharmaceutical co. A Chemical Engineer (who was also a guitar player) told me that, after explaining a chemical process, "thats why I am an Engineer, and you play with chemicals". Guess who is still playing with chemicals for 26 yrs.
In my spare time, I play guitar, listen to music, collect vinyl records, and read music related books & magazines.
I'm a Corporal with the Orange County Sheriff's Office until I win the Florida Lottery. I will then be the richest member Orlando's only Buck Owens/Dwight Yoakam tribute band.
Have sold real estate in the past but am now in week 21 of a 24 week police academy, I graduate Dec 20.
Let's make it three in a row!
I have dedicated nearly 20 years of my life to service with the New York State Police. 11 years in uniform(over 8 as a K-9 handler) and the last 8 as an Investigator. I'll have 20 in September of 2007. I could retire at 42.......but I won't. Good luck to the two before me. It goes by real fast!!! Be safe...
I sure am diggin' all the cop action we have going on here! It's just too
Like some others, I may have responded to this in the past, but I'm too busy with the Buttercaster Project to check.
I've been teaching HS science in Eastern Iowa for 32 years...6 years less then I have played guitar. Started out as a physicist but have more or less converted to Dirt & Rocks 101 (Earth Science.)
Also do the district's IT stuff... 4 buildings, 600 kids, 80 adults, lots of servers, and lots of computers.
More fun than a barrel of monkeys.
Still don't know what I am going to do when I grow up, but I bet it will have something to do with guitars.
TV News Reporter/Anchor
Retired lecturer now house husband
Writing two novels and trying not to mix 'em up !
I work for a company dealing with mining/auto /and marine parts.
also play in 2 bands...one on lapsteel (western swing/rockabilly)and one on Tele (country/originals)
I'm the pastor of two small United Methodist Churches, and being a musician is a significant part of how I do my job.